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The globular cluster NGC 1783 is one of the biggest globular clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud.

Where does a star go young, when it is in its young age, to say that it is going through its early days, it shows through the stars, the age of the stars shows that the galaxies  What is the age, there are many stars in the Universe, who are in their young age, and there are many who are moving towards their end. The youngest stars in the Universe are found in galaxies, which are in their young, as we know that galaxies are made up of many stars, these galaxies are of many sizes, but most researchers have seen spherical galaxies  Seen, these galaxies are very large in size, and some sky galaxies are small in size.As we know, our universe is expanding with time, and the way it is spreading, it cannot be said that when it will spread, there are many new stars in the universe today.  Researchers have seen a galaxy, which is a young, whose colors of stars tell a lot about them.  According to the researchers, there are also galaxies in the Universe, which are orbiting larger galaxies than …

The Esa / Nasa Hubble Space Telescope captured the image of cluster 47 Tucanae.

The Nasa/Esa Habble telescope has captured an image of a group of stars, spherical in shape, spanning a large area, this group of stars has billions of stars, these stars have their own color, which is much about them  It says.  In the image we can see, around 35,000 stars are visible near the center of the cluster 47 Tucanae , the stars are tightly packed near the core (top left) of the cluster, and propagate farther away from the core.

In the cluster image of stars, how stars are shown in natural colors, scientists have told about their composition and age through the color of stars, as the star which appears red, the stars end of their life. Is near, bright red signifies giants, while more common yellow stars indicate that these stars are still young, whose age is similar to our sun.

Cluster 47 Tucanae image taken by Hubble's Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2, this image was taken in 1999.